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The Rise of Pigeons in Urban Areas

Going about your daily life in your city, you may have wondered at some point by now – what’s with all the pigeons? Lately, it seems like they’re everywhere – pecking at...

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The Rise of Pigeons in Urban Areas

Going about your daily life in your city, you may have wondered at some point by now – what’s with all the...

NASA probe spots Martian night sky pulsing in UV light

(IANS) New data from NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft has showen vast areas of the Martian night sky pulsing in ultraviolet light.

6 Fun Facts about Walrus

Walrus, also called morse, is a seal-like mammal found in Arctic seas. There are two subspecies: the Pacific walrus and the Atlantic...

The Science Behind Nightmares

While the kinds of sleeping problems differ from person to person, almost all complaints revolve around chronic insomnia, fatigue, and sleep disturbances.

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The Rise of Pigeons in Urban Areas

Going about your daily life in your city, you may have wondered at some point by now – what’s with all the...

NASA probe spots Martian night sky pulsing in UV light

(IANS) New data from NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft has showen vast areas of the Martian night sky pulsing in ultraviolet light.

6 Fun Facts about Walrus

Walrus, also called morse, is a seal-like mammal found in Arctic seas. There are two subspecies: the Pacific walrus and the Atlantic...

The Science Behind Nightmares

While the kinds of sleeping problems differ from person to person, almost all complaints revolve around chronic insomnia, fatigue, and sleep disturbances.

Solar Energy Applications and Appliances That Can Save the Environment

Solar Photovoltaic System The solar cells used in the PV Voltaic systems are made of a single crystal...

Why do autumn leaves change color?

Every fall, we rejoice in the virtue of the autumn colors. The blend of purple, red, yellow, and orange is the outcome...

4 Benefits of Understanding Dark Energy

In astronomy, dark energy is a strange form of energy that affects the universe on the grandest scales. The first observational proof...

SpaceX Crew Dragon returns with 2 NASA astronauts (Ld)

(IANS) Two NASA astronauts have safely returned to Earth from the International Space Station onboard a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft, marking the...

6 Facts about Deadliest cat on Earth: Black-footed cat

The black-footed cat, also called the small-spotted cat, is the tiniest wild cat in Africa, having a head-and-body length of 14–20 in....

NASA’s SDO probe helps build model to predict big solar flares

(IANS) With the help of data from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, scientists have developed a new model that successfully predicted...

Evolution

Evolution of Ears

Ears, as we know it, helps us in hearing. In animals, the ear is depicted as having three parts—the outer ear, the...

Evolution of Insect Wings

Insect wings are outgrowths of the insect exoskeleton that allow insects to fly. They are located on the second and third thoracic...

Evolution of Tails

Tail- Scientific Definition The tail is the body part at the rear end of certain kinds of animals'...

Emergence and Evolution of Primates

A primate is a eutherian mammal framing the taxonomic order Primates. They vary in size from Madame Berthe's mouse lemur, which weighs...

Characteristics and Evolution of Porcupines

Porcupines are giant rodents with coats of sharp spines, or quills, that shield them against predators.  Most porcupines are...

Evolution of whales, dolphins, and porpoises

The evolution of whales, dolphins, and porpoises (cetaceans) is thought to have begun in the Indian subcontinent, from even-toed ungulates 50 million...

Evolution of Nails

A nail is a horn-like keratinous envelope covering the tips of the fingers and toes in most primates. Nails evolved from claws...

Making tracks through Evolution: Ancient Footprints Shed Light on Early Humans

Thousands of years ago, a group of people took a walk in what is now Tanzania. The footprints they left behind are...

The Working and Evolution of Lungs

The lungs are the principal organs of the respiratory system in humans and many other animals including several fishes and some snails....

Evolution of Peacock’s Colourful Feathers and Tails

Peacock or Peafowl is a common name for three species of birds in the genera Pavo and Afropavo of the Phasianidae family,...

How did Camels evolved with their mysterious humps?

One of the most patient mammals, camel is an even-toed ungulate in the genus Camelus that exhibits unique fatty deposits known as...

How did Zebras Evolve with Black and White Stripes?

Zebras are numerous species of African equids coupled with their distinctive black-and-white striped coats. Their stripes come in diverse patterns, unique to...

Nature

The Rise of Pigeons in Urban Areas

Going about your daily life in your city, you may have wondered at some point by now – what’s with all the...

6 Fun Facts about Walrus

Walrus, also called morse, is a seal-like mammal found in Arctic seas. There are two subspecies: the Pacific walrus and the Atlantic...

Why do autumn leaves change color?

Every fall, we rejoice in the virtue of the autumn colors. The blend of purple, red, yellow, and orange is the outcome...

6 Facts about Deadliest cat on Earth: Black-footed cat

The black-footed cat, also called the small-spotted cat, is the tiniest wild cat in Africa, having a head-and-body length of 14–20 in....

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German FM complains about U.S. threat of Nord Stream 2 sanctions

German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Monday that he had complained to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about the threat...

1 dead, 3 injured after gas explosion destroys Baltimore homes

A natural gas explosion destroyed three row houses in Baltimore on Monday morning, killing a woman and trapping other people in the...

Afghan president signs decree to free 400 Taliban inmates

The palace tweeted that Ghani signed the decree late Monday evening for pardon of punishment of convicted Taliban prisoners, who are included...

Lebanese government quits amid fury over Beirut blast

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Breaking: Trump escorted from briefing after shooting near White House

The U.S. Secret Service abruptly escorted President Donald Trump out of the White House press room in the middle of a briefing...

Donald Trump considers Gettysburg backdrop for presidential nomination speech

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday that he is weighing delivering his speech accepting the Republican nomination later this month either...

Trump weighs blocking U.S. citizens coming home if coronavirus infection feared

The administration of U.S. President Donald Trump is considering a measure to block U.S. citizens and permanent residents from returning home if...

Oil firms on U.S. stimulus hopes, Asian demand recovery

Crude oil gained more ground on Tuesday, with prices underpinned by expectations of U.S. stimulus and a rebound in Asian demand as...

California’s public health officer resigns after Coronavirus undercount problem

California’s top public health officer has resigned following data-collection failures that led to an undercount of coronavirus cases as the state was...

Future of Designer Jewellery in India

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Former Champion Svetlana Kuznetsova Withdraws from U.S. Open

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Brawn says Max Verstappen Reminds him of Schumacher

Former Ferrari technical director Ross Brawn says 70th Anniversary race winner Max Verstappen reminds him of Formula One great Michael Schumacher.